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Our Mission

Restore sustainable and harvestable populations of salmon, steelhead, bull trout and other at-risk fish and wildlife species through collaborative, economically sound efforts that bring together diverse resources to promote wise management of the Yakima River Basin.

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Over 20 Years of Community-Based Salmon Recovery

The Yakima Basin Fish and Wildlife Recovery Board has been supporting efforts to restore habitat for over 20 years in the Yakima Basin. Check out the sample projects below to learn more about these projects and the important work our partners are doing on-the-ground!

Ahtanum Fish Screen

Ahtanum Creek Fish Screens
Photo Credit: North Yakima Conservation District

Holmes Floodplain Property Protection

Holmes Floodplain Property Protection
Photo Credit: Yakama Nation

Yakima Delta

Lower Yakima River Assessment
Photo Credit: Mid-Columbia Fisheries Enhancement Group

Lower Manastash Assessment and Project Development

Lower Manastash Assessment
Photo Credit: Kittitas County Conservation District

Swauk Creek – Permanent Instream Flow

Swauk Creek – Permanent Instream Flow
Photo Credit: Washington Water Trust

Yakima Basin Wood Fiesta

Yakima Basin Wood Fiesta
Photo Credit: A. Bunce

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August 22nd, 2019|

We're looking to add an Operations Manager to our small but mighty team! Please see the full job description and information on how to apply [...]

Working in Partnership to restore sustainable and harvestable populations of
salmon, steelhead, bull trout and other at-risk fish and wildlife species

Yakama Nation Fisheries
Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife
City of Yakima
Conservation District
Kittitas Conservation Trust
Mid Columbia Fisheries Enhancement Group
Yakima County - Central Washington State

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Bull Trout Video
Video Credit: C. Parrish

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